Posted October 21, 2011
"In the end, only one person will be right. And I'm sorry, it won't be you...or me. It's God." says Joshua Harris in the last chapter of this wonderful read.
I was so excited to read this book. as I have always liked Joshua Harris, and I wasn't let down. This book was very easy to relate to and easy to understand.He brought out great spiritual truths in a down to earth manner. I found that I believe alot of the same things he does, and some things that are different...but when he expressed his opinions of different belief, it didn't bug me. It made me respect him more. He talked about how we need to quit worrying about what others are doing and live the truths that WE know. By living these truths others may see and wonder, and think. The book inspired me to dig under shallow Christianity and to live and really know what I believe. I received this book for the intent of writing this review from Waterbrook Publishing Company.
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